Study sheds light on how animals dry off

10/25/2010 | National Public Radio

Researchers at Georgia Tech found that different animals oscillate their bodies at varying speeds to shake off water, with dogs and bears taking about four to five skin oscillations per second to dry their fur. The researchers hope to use the findings to improve the design of washing machines.

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